Re: NVDA and the possibility to skip graphics on the web
There almost certainly is some way in NVDA settings, but what you're looking to achieve may be easier via your web browser. Which one (or ones) are you using?
If it's any one of the Chromium-based browsers there is a great extension, Reader Mode, that "clears all the clutter" paring the page down to text with a single click (by default, anyway, you can customize). This is often far easier to use than changing screen reader settings that then need to be unset on various occasions.
Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 2004, Build 19041
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